IHS Zambia started operating in December 2013, and has since acquired towers from MTN Zambia and Airtel Zambia. Today, IHS Zambia operates the majority of towers in the country.
Headquartered in Lusaka, IHS Zambia has regional offices in Ndola, Solwezi, Chipata, Kasama and Livingstone.
IHS Zambia operates numerous hybrid solar sites throughout the country and continues to roll out new green energy solution systems which select the most efficient source of power, according to diesel supply, weather and electricity availability. IHS is committed to developing its services in Zambia and to meet growing demand.
Key CSR Projects
In 2018, the Zambia team undertook the rehabilitation of Mphangwe Primary School located in Chongwe, a rural area just outside the capital city of Lusaka, to help improve student performance, teacher retention and to minimize the student drop-out rate.
Traditional ceremonies are a very important part of Zambian culture. They are key to celebrating and preserving century-old historical practices while contributing to positive activities within traditional communities. IHS Zambia sponsored several ceremonies during 2018 including the Ncwala Ceremony of the Ngoni people, Chiwela Kumushi of the Soli people.
To help reduce the instances and spread of malaria, IHS
Zambia distributed insecticide-treated bed nets and mosquito repellents to
pupils at the Mphango Hope Day and Boarding School.
IHS Zambia also supported the implementation of the Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority ICT Innovation
Program which is aimed at providing technical and business development support
to upcoming and early stage innovators. This year, the program sponsored 60
In 2018, IHS Zambia’s Generator Recycling Program saw the donation of generators to various institutions that included a district hospital and schools located in areas that have limited access to a consistent power supply.
IHS Zambia Limited
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